The 90 minute massage is very popular at Denton Bodywork. I'd even go so far as to say the majority of our clients choose it. Sixty minutes is considered the standard length for a massage, and what is taught in basic massages classes. I once had a client say "I like your massages because you take your time. With most therapists, it feels like they have a time limit set to each area, and then they move on, regardless." The thing is, he was right. Obviously, we work on a schedule, and have to stay within the bounds of that framework. But more than that, in massage school I was taught to spend a specific amount of time per area. (The entire back, for example, was allotted 15 minutes.) It sounds awful, but you do have to pay attention to time, because it's the only way to keep on schedule. My problem was that I found I struggled to get through a full-body massage in 60 minutes, especially with clients who had several areas that needed help, or chronic issues. This resulted in my going over time, running late, making clients late, and unintentionally causing clients to feel they needed to pay me more, which really bothered me. The whole thing caused stress for both me and my clients, which is exactly the opposite of my goals. In the end, I began suggesting ninety minutes. It allows for more time to address trouble spots and still get a thorough full body massage.